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Because of the nature of THRIVE SC’s mission and vision, volunteers who work directly with our residents must apply as individuals and must complete a background check and a training session. This training prepares volunteers to assist victims of trauma in an effective manner and follow protocols in victim service.

Accompany clients to family court hearings and assist with legal paperwork.

Plan and implement recreational and educational activities for the young people who come to the shelter with their mothers.

Assist the Shelter Coordinator in various activities, such as making minor repairs, sorting donations, and taking inventory.

Represent the agency at various functions and educate the public about the various problems faced by victims of domestic violence.

Spanish-speaking volunteers are urgently needed. Help counselors provide information, advocacy services and counseling to Spanish-speaking domestic violence victims.

We do have highly necessary projects that don’t involve direct services to our residents, and these projects are available to approved groups. If you are part of a group, do not fill out the volunteer application. Instead, please email info@thrivesc.life, and we will provide you with a list of current projects so you may choose which one(s) are of interest.

After your application is received, watch for a reply from info@thrivesc.life (Remember to check your junk email folder too.) The email will provide you with more information about the volunteer program and will invite you to a Volunteer Information Session. This is a short introduction to the process of becoming a volunteer at THRIVE SC and it is also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have.

Once you’ve attended an Info Session, you are eligible to begin volunteer training. Basic volunteer training starts with a 2-hour session that includes an overview of the organization, definition and discussion of the issue of domestic violence, and the basics on how to assist victims. Volunteer training is offered once per month, by invitation, after you attend a Volunteer Information Session.

Please note that THRIVE SC is not affiliated with organizations bearing similar names in other states. By applying for our volunteer program, you are assumed to be available for activities in Charleston, Berkeley, or Dorchester counties in South Carolina.

THRIVE SC offers a small number of internships for undergraduate and graduate students each semester. Internships are structured to provide the student with opportunities to work closely with advocates, counselors and therapists and in return, a minimum of 100 hours per semester is required. If you are interested in obtaining an internship application, please email info@thrivesc.life and specify (1) whether you are a graduate or undergraduate student and (2) which semester you are applying for.
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